Thank you for joining us for our 7 days a week, 7 minutes of wisdom podcast. This is Day 317 of our trek. Yesterday and for the next few days, we are going to remain in camp around the campfire as we continue digging for the nuggets of wisdom that are found in the book of Proverbs. So far we have explored the first 13 verses of Chapter 10, and we will continue to cover a few verses each day. This section of Proverbs compares and contrasts bite size nuggets of wisdom that apply to everyday life. I know that you will enjoy it as we learn together.
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We are broadcasting this podcast from our studio at Home2 in Charlotte, North Carolina. On Sunday, we were able to worship at our local church in Charlotte, which will be the only weekend this month that we will be Charlotte for church. After church we drove to Buddy and Chelimo’s home. They wanted to remove some of their rose bushes around their house, and we desired to have some new bushes to plant along the sides of our home where the original bushes had died. It was great to be able to invest part of the day with them and our grandson Kip. We transplanted 8 rose bushes, so hopefully they will take root and grow.
I love growing roses, and we use to have many rose bushes at The Big House. But, the deer love them also, so we have not had success keeping them alive there. This past weekend was primarily focused on activities outside of our core workload, but one that helped us to focus on what is really important within our living legacy.